things that is alleged against the epa administrator. so certainly anybody who would have that kind of name, feel the necessity to do it and to conduct government business if it's found that that has occurred should be fired. because there is no good excuse for that type of activity, and she's not skirting the rules, she's flaunting the rules and breaking the rules. megyn: well, there could be -- allegedly, this could violate the law, so that's a bigger problem, you know, potentially, depending on where this goes. before the election, marjorie, we covered some stories about whether the epa was planning to unleash a string of new regulations that would be controversial if barack obama won a second term and whether the administration was trying to keep that under the lid because it might be politically damaging to, you know, some of his critics -- to him thanks to some of his critics. it, you know, is that what could be in the richard windsor e-mail? i mean, if that's the kind of stuff that was, you know, this e-mail was being used for, we're going to see it, and we're going to find out about it, right?